All Elite Wrestling is going to be a thing. We don’t know any dates except for the time when they will have their next big rally adjacent to a WWE event to make another wave of announcements.

Big things are expected and they are already speaking about a couple of different television deals. The fact that they’re also signing multi-year contracts and a few other reasons have caused some WWE Superstars to really pay attention to what’s going on.

In addition to that, the AEW Twitter account (@AEWrestling) which started up in October 2018 already has some big names following them. Some of those accounts that are following the account could mean a lot more than just the talent interested as well.

Accounts for The Toyota Center, Target Center, Smoothie King Center, Seattle Center Arena, Wells Fargo Center, Pepsi Center, and The Forum in Inglewood California were all following the AEW Twitter account before the announcement was made.

Plenty of pro wrestlers are also following the AEW Twitter account and that number is expected to grow as well. Before the announcement was made, the account had just under 2,000 followers with it growing to over 14,000 since the All Elite Wrestling Announcement was made.

H Jenkins

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